This site is a PowerPoint presentation by Cornelia Butler Flora from IowaState University about the building of social capital. The slideshow examines communities, bonding and bridging social capital as well components and dimensions of social capital.
This site discusses the book "Ecology of the New Economy". The introduction can be viewed online through a link from this site. The introduction discusses e-sustainability, technology, human development, globalization and sustainable development and gives an outline of all chapters.
Probably the most comprehensive social capital website, povertynet includes an online archive of articles and postings regarding social capital and sustainable development. Definitions, measures and topics in social capital are available. A discussion list offers a variety of opinions and thoughts. As well, a web guide to social capital provides links to other sites.
This is a good web source on the concept of sustainable development. Characteristics and objectives of sustainable development are discussed. Features of sustainable communities are also examined.
This page is home to the Saguro Seminar: Civic Engagement in America. This is an initiative of periodic seminars led by Robert D. Putnam at Harvard University. Dialogue focuseson how to increasingly build bonds of civic trust and social capital among communities.
A comprehensive website on the creation of sustainable communities. This site includes issues of governance, sustainable living and addresses concerns in economic, environmental and social spheres. Civic engagement, building partnerships, equity and culture are also points of interest.
A useful web source providing links to Internet sites on sustainability.
A sustainable living network that provides past seminars on sustainable living as well as news, definitions and a list of related sites.